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night and we will see you back here tomorrow. lou: good evening, everybody. thank you for joining us here tonight. new record set on wall street. the dow jones industrials and the s&p 500 closing at record highs after an unexpected decline in the number of people filing for first-time jobless claims. the dow gaining 63 points on the date, the third record close in as many days, and the 14th record this year. all occurring since the first of march. the snb hitting a record close as well. today, almost six points, the fourth record close of the year for the s&p, second in as many days. the nasdaq pressing up nearly three. setting a 52 week high in the process. the wilshire 5,000 measuring the day's paper game at 75 billion, half a trillion over the past four days. moody's chief economists joins us here tonight to assess this record run. we will see where he thinks we are headed. accused murderer goes public with her, well, complaints about court proceedings. attorneys join us and in "dobbs law" tonight. the senate voting to debate new gun-control laws. will the senate passed antigun ri
and the bigger five will be next week. lou: katie. if the senate does pass a gun-control bill he expects to send it to the house judiciary for an open hearing. joining as now, congressman randy forbes of virginia, a member of the house judiciary committee, a member of the armed services committee, and congressman, good to have you with us. what you, if i may, to turn to what we just received word on how this just and then i would like to get your reaction. congressman doug lamb board of colorado inadvertently reveal classified information today that the defense intelligence agency now believes with three is capable of delivering a nuclear weapon on a ballistic missile. that memo had been classified. the congressman was not responsible. someone at the pentagon mistakenly marked as unclassified. importantly here tonight what is your reaction to this revelation from the defense intelligence agency? >> well, as you know, i chaired the subcommittee for the armed services committee, so i have access to that classified information and i cannot even confirm or deny something that has been put up once it
're learning that has been pushed back until may so that is another delay for the president. lou: is there a sense that there is difficult trouble? >> no doubt talking to the advisers in private they say the talk is sticking. there is only so many legislative days before congress breaks then they go into campaign mode for 2014 and some are already there or never even left and the bottom line is yes. and time is ticking. >> that campaign mode it is difficult to discern where it continues. >> north korea tells of orders to evacuate self curious saying the two countries are on the verge of nuclear war. officials say staffers are not going anywhere. earlier the top navy commander of the pacific said the united states could shoot down a missile if north korea does launch one in the next couple days but only if it poses a threat to the u.s. interest. >> if in defense of the homeland i would recommend the action or in defense of the allies. >> would you recommend we intercept a missile with it is launched by a north korea a matter where the intended target is? >> i would not recommend t
in the first place! [ male announcer ] e pill eachmorning. 24 hours. zero heartbur >> lou: hello, everybody, and welcome to lou dobbs tonight. north korea ratcheting up almost an daily string of threats against the united states and south korea. leader kim jong un hinged, as we call him here, vowing to expand its nuclear arsenal and giving final approval to launch military strikes, nuclear strikes against the united states and the pentagon taking no chances, deploying a missile defense system to guam, strengthening the region against a possible attack. the defense secretary, chuck hagel, warning it takes only one mistake to have a disaster on our hands. >> it only takes being wrong once, and i don't want to be the secretary of defense who was wrong once, so we will continue to take these threats seriously. i hope the north will ratchet this very dangerous rhetoric down. there is a pathway that's responsible for the north to get on a path to peace working with their neighbors. >> lou: in addition to the missile shield deployment to guam, the united states is dispatching bombers, stealth figh
back here tomorrow. lou: good evening, everybody, and thank you for joining us. north korea overnight moved missiles and launch components to the east coast in preparation for firing. dictator kim jong-un persistent in his threats of an all-out nuclear assault against the united states. the missiles have "considerable range" and could hit targets in japan and guam, both with u.s. military bases and facilities and thousands of our troops. state department spokesperson departed from her ambiguous language and reminded that they are now in an extremely dangerous situation of their own creation and thus the actions they take from here on will assuredly have consequences. >> have got to come back in compliance of the obligation, the secretary has been clear if they make a different choice, we will respond. lou: the state department confirming china's role in trying to influence north korea to scale back the rhetoric and military positioning has been the subject of intense conversations between secure -- secretary of state and his counterpart. we will continue to document his trip to the fa
'll see you tomorrow. lou: good evening, everybody, and thank you for joining us. the state of connecticut and the unit the nations today furthering assault on the second amendment. a bipartisan group of connecticut lawmakers drafted a proposal that would be one of the toughest gun laws in the nation if it is signed into law. the united nations overwhelmingly approving the global arms trade treaty, and international agreement that threatens the second amendment rights of all american citizens. we begin tonight in connecticut where the draft legislation would add more than 100 types of guns to the state's list of banned so-called assault weapons. it would limit the capacity of magazines to ten rounds. law-abiding owners of the newly bannedded give ups and magazines would be forced to register the equipment with the state of connecticut. that proposal calls for universal background checks for all weapon sales while creating the nation's first statewide dangerous weapon offender's registry. at the united nations, the global arms trade treaty passed calling for all nations invol
have a great night we will see you here tomorrow. lou: good evening everybody. thank you for being with us obamacare taking the gun control campaign to connect it with connecticut -- critics noting that they are using connecticut as the backdrop. before loading these families on a return trip to washington to lobby congress just three days after the governor signed a sweeping new gun control provisions into law after jay kearney took a shot at the courage of senate republicans. >> the president called on them to vote on the issues and live up to that applause when the cameras were on. and not to take the less courageous route by using procedural measures to block the vote. what would they say to the victims of newtown? lou: john mccain of arizona leaving many scratching their head. standing with the white house with the sentiment but the white house is not speaking for all families who lost loved ones during the new town shooting. here is matt to lost his son james telling made in kelly why he believes will why more gun-control law is not the answer. >> and control works for people
, if you can't catch us live, have a great evening. lou: good evening confusing messages from the white house, president obama walks back from his red line decree on syrian use of chemical weapons. this aftee u.s. intelligence sources yesterday reported that on at least two occasions, assad regime had used seron gas on its population, the president instead laying out another red line for the assad regime, that is already slaughtered tens of thousands of its civilians. >> horrific as it is, when mortars are fired on civilians to use potential once one crosses another line. with respect to international norms and law. and that is going to be a game changer. lou: president obama has been repeating since as far back of august of last year, that assad's use of chemical weapons on his own people would cross a so-called red line, that would result in u.s. involvement in now 2 year long syrian civil iar. president today however called for more investigation into the intelligence communities assessment of the use of chemical weapons, and president incredibly said that syria had crossed a differe
live. have a great night. lou: good evening, everybody. thanks for turning as. the so-called gang of aid has reached a deal on so-called immigration reform legislation in the tells us slowly being an elite doubt. the group was for democratic and four republican senators set to unveil a bill next week on tuesday, just one day ahead of the only scheduled hearing on immigration legislation that senator patrick leahy has his way. the few details that have emerged tonight are, i must say, encouraging, but is far too early in the details are far too few to make any assessment. here is what we do know. a senate aide says the bill would bar anyone who arrived in this country after december it -- december 301st 2011 from applying for legal status or citizenship. applicants would have to document their arrival in the united states. there would have to show proof of a clean criminal record and also provide documentation of and of employment and financial stability that would assure authorities that they would not be on public assistance programs of any kind. fox news setting another aide con
>> lou: hello, everybody. thank you for being with us. congress back to work this week after a two-week long recess. three issues and agenda items stealing all the attention today. immigration reform, gun control, and the president's budget. president obama delivering his budget proposal two months late. and neither democrats nor republicans seem to like it. republicans won't be having any of mr. obama's tax hikes and higher spending and democratsup set the president wants smaller increases in payments to retireees. his $3.7 trillion proposal amounts to the largest budget in miles per hour history. it doesn't come close to balancing. deficits in perpetuity. the president looking for easy within on gun control and has be pushing hard for krong to produce. the first major gun control legislation in two decades. but it's up clear what they can get through congress. they have a limit on magazine capacity have no chance of passage. the rest is purely window dressing on an issue that the country takes far more seriously than the president originally estimated. we will take it up tonight
for joining us see you back here tomorrow. lou: good evening, the white house today confirming that alleged above the activity marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev will not be prosecuted as an enemy combatant, press secretary carney said that suspect will be tried in a civilian court because he is an american citizen, carney stressed that the investigation is still ongoing. >> he will not be treated as an enemy combatant we will prosecute this terrorist as a in u.s. justice. lou: authorities today file federal charges against tsarnaev after an initial appearance before a federal magistrate from his hospital bed, where he was read his miranda rights, the 19-year-old charged with one count of using and conspiring to use a weapons of mass destruction of resulting in death. and one count of malicious different stru-- ofproperty, tha maximum penalty of death, federal complain reveals that the tsarnaev brothers were residing in the nation legally, dzhokhar's older brother, tamerlan who was killed friday morning was a lawful permanent resident, one of the two told a carjacking victim thursday night t
for this special weekend edition of lou dobbs tonight. a pivotal week for same sex marriage, with the supreme court hearing two days of arguments, whether to strike done the defense of marriage act, and, california's ban on gay marriage proposition 8. questions and comments by the justices, signalling they were skeptical about doma, but, less how they feel about prop 8. several justices raising t prospect they could dismiss the case with no ruling at all or address it in a way that would have little to no national impact. we'll have a report by fox news supreme court correspondent shannon bream in moments. we'll talk with a panel including fox news digal potics editor, and chris stirewalt, juan gyms and lis weihl -- williams and lis weihl. >>> cypriot banks announced the are confiscating 40% of bank deposits holding more than 100,000 euros, but that legislation of course could never happen here. or could it? we'll talk with legendary investor and financiers about the economyand, what we can expect next and the white house announcing president obama will hit the road pushing for gun control and mean
. lou: good evening and thank you for joining us tonight. north korea is our top story. the north korean government stating that the leader has given his military final approval to launch a nuclear strike against the united states . the general staff for the korean people's army formally informing washington as bike is been a -- strike has been ratified and the continued u.s. threats would be smashed by cutting edge lighter and diversified nuclear strike means. the north koreans also warned a war could break out on the korean peninsula as san as tomorrow. those threats are being taken seriously by the u.s. government , the top u.s. commander in south korea. the situation on the ground there volatile and dangerous. any miscalculation could lead to what he calls a kinetic provocation of combat. secretary of defense ordered an advanced interceptor missile system to the pacific island of guam, deploying the ballistic terminal high-altitude area defense or as it is called the is that the system. it is a precautionary move to strengthen our regional defense posture against the north korean bal
. lou: lou: good evening and thank you for being with us. details tonight emerging about yesterday's horrific terrorist attack and the boston marathon. the two explosions on boils some street wounded 176 by standards. three people killed. martin richard lost his life in the explosion that also left his brother and sister critically wounded. waiting by the finish line to hug his father and to congratulate him for finishing a marathon. 29-year-old crystal campbell also killed in the attack after adding to the finish line to take a picture of a friend was completing the race. the third victim has now been identified as a graduate student from boston university, but her name has not been released pending notification of next of kin. seventeen other victims tonight remain in critical condition. some have lost limbs or arms, many have suffered severe injuries to their legs. doctors operated to remove shrapnel, mostly ball bearings, pellets, and nails from the victims. one doctor today predicted that the worst of this ordeal is over for most of his patients. here is massachusetts general
. it was the record tomorrow. lou: good evening and thank you for being with us. i'm lou dobbs. investigators in the boston marathon bombing terrorist attack now say they have identified a suspect, although no arrests have been made at this hour. we do not have the description of that suspect. this after a day of back-and-forth reporting on whether or not someone had, indeed, already been identified as a suspect and had come in some cases, been arrested. those questions loom large through the date. at the end of the day they brought no answers. law enforcement officials with ties to the investigation reportedly confirming to the associated press earlier in the day that a suspect had been taken into custody, placed under arrest, and was at that time headed to the federal courthouse in boston. the broadcast and cable television networks including this one went to air with the information. the fbi later denied the story and scolded the media for not verifying information through appropriate official channels. then came an evacuation of the courthouse. the building cleared because of an unspecifi
have a great night we will see you tomorrow. lou:ood evening. thank you for being with us an extraordinary day on wall street. a triple digit rally in the market but a midday controversy sending the market into a brief triple digit plunge. nuts -- dow jones industrial average rebounds to gain 150 points and dsm point* 616 nasdaq finishes 36 points but a tumultuous day in the market caused by a false tweet from the associated press. the ap was hacked causing an instant and massive sell-off the associated press twitter freed reading there were two explosions in the white house and the president was injured the dow jones industrial average immediately plunged 145 points in just two minutes. as you can see it happen between one '08 and 1:10 p.m. the associated press moments later announced third tweet was erroneous and atwitter account had been hacked and then it was suspend. wait house press secretary assure the press corps that at the top of his briefing the president was fined. >> appears the twitter account has been hacked. [inaudible] >> i can say the president was fine.
experts, very unlikely. lou dobbs will take you up to date on the very latest developments not only from boston but reaction from across the country. we'll be back live at 8:00 p.m. eastern time to monitor foreign market reaction, everyone's reaction. thank you for joining us. here is lou. >> good evening. at least two people have been killed, dozens injured in boston after two bombs exploded within a block of one another, near the finish line to the 117th annual boston marathon. there you see the first bomb exploding, just over two hours after the first runner crossed the finish line. thousands still making their way to that finish line. sources telling fox news that authorities in boston are now guarding a person of interest in an unidentified hospital. the person is said to be 20 years old, suffering from severe burns. as you watch that explosion and another that followed about five seconds later, as you will see here as we look up the street and the camera will turn from this, the first explosion and there you heard the sound of a second explosion and as the camera moves towards
. thank you for joining us. don't forget to records showed you cannot get to slide a great. lou: good evening, everybody. thank you for being with us. another target on the boston morning suspect list was revealed today. new york city mayor michael bloomberg saying he received confirmation from fbi investigators said that the brothers had planned to detonate bombs in new york city's crowded times square, a plan that investigators call spontaneous, but nonetheless potentially deadly. >> we were informed by the fbi that the surviving attacker reveal that new york city was next on their list of targets. he told the fbi, apparently, that he and his brother had intended to drive to new york than it did need additional explosives in times square and. they had built these additional explosives, and we know they had the capacity to carry up the tax and the. lou: we also learned today that fbi investigators were stunned to see a it federal magistrate judge, assistant u.s. attorney in, and the federal public defender stopped their interrogation of tsarnaev monday in order to read the suspect is
for you. join us for that. that's it for tonight on "the willis report." have a great night. lou: good evening, everybody. be a break inbeing with us. the obama administration is more than seven month-long effort to limit the public knowledge on what happened in the terrorist attack on our consulate in benghazi. an attack that resulted in the murders of u.s. ambassador christopher stephens, foreign service officer john smith, cia operatives glendora the entire ron woods. at least four state department and cia career employees have sought counsel from private attorneys to represent them in the face of white house threats to prevent them from divulging classified and permission to congress about the events in benghazi. the prospective whistle-blowers' appeared to have considerable knowledge of what did and did not happen during the nearly eight hours see on our consulate and the cia and acts. apparently the obama administration is concerned their views don't support the so-called official account of events. former justice department official and republican counsel to the house intelligen
casualty's. lou: we do not of course, lead to know that you as possible at this point* are 25 injured, two confirmed dead and the i department of justice is confirming the events are treated as a terrorist act although it is unclearnc whether domestic or international at this time p that the faa placing of a temporary flight restriction over the site at the request of boston and law-enforcement and a department justice released a statement that reads "ecte attorney-general eric holder has directed fullsour resources of the justice department to be deployed investiged. the boston police department is scheduled to bri the public at this second briefing and that is scheduled at any moment here and we will be going to that to listen to what police commissioner ed davis, we're also told that governor patrick will be there as well but we will be going to that as soon as that press cference begins. joining me now for more on today's tragic events, former new york police department homicide detective bo dietl, and bill bailey. nice to have you with us. this is obviously a terrorist act that took
us live. have a great night and see you back here tomorrow. lou: good evening, everybody, and thanks for be with us. the united states tonight responding to rhetoric spewing from north korea moving more military assets into the region. the u.s. navy guided a missile droir into the waters off the korean peninsula, two f22 rapture aircraft joined exercises, and fox news confirmed with the department of defense that the northward movement of the destroyer is not part of the ongoing joint south korean war game. the move's coming after a north korean dictator, kim jung un, declared a, quote, state of war with south korea over the weekend. white house officials stress there's no evidence of north readying a missile strike or large scale north korean troop movements signaling what would be an imminent attack on the south. >> i would note that despite the harsh rhetoric heard, we are not seeing changes to the north korean military posture such as large scale mobilization and positioning of forces. lou: south korean president today gave her country's military the go ahead to engag
. lou: good evening. new fears that a deadly new bird flew that has sickened more than 100 people and killed more than 20 in china now represents an active global threat. we learned today that the lethal strain of flu has reached the island nation of taiwan, the pure blurt -- bird flew it strain known as age seven and nine is being classified as one of the most lethal of its kind ever by the world health organization. it is no longer isolated to china. a businessman from china -- taiwan reportedly contracted the deadly strain of flu while traveling in china. the man is hospitalized since his return from china on the night of april. that taiwan health minister says that the man is now in serious condition. the questions about this new bird flew far outnumber the answers. the centers for disease control unable at this time to determine whether or not the influenza is being transmitted from human to human or only through contact with sickened birds. an international team of scientists led by the who and the chinese government spend five days in china investigating the issues last wee
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